Bank of Lithuania

Financial Stability Review (2017)


The Financial Stability Review describes major risks that might affect the functioning of the domestic financial system, particularly the banking sector. It also examines developments in both external and internal macroeconomic environments as well as their impact on the domestic financial system and capability of the latter to resist the said impact. Considerable attention is paid not only to developments in the banking system, but also the state of bank debtors, non-financial institutions and households. The Review is prepared on an annual basis. Data (1013.2 KB download icon)

Financial stability, risks, Risk appetite, Banks, Crediting, Credit market, Real estate market, housing market, Mortgages, Stress testing, Capital adequacy ratio, LCR, DSTI, LTV, house prices, brexit